|Car types||Compact, Convertible, Economy, Full-size SUV, Intermediate, Intermediate SUV, Luxury, Luxury SUV, Mini, Premium, Premium SUV, Standard, Standard SUV|
|Popular agencies||Budget, Avis, Hertz|
Some car hire companies in Beirut which have updated their car rental health and safety policies due to COVID-19 to make sure vehicles are clean and disinfected include Avis, Hertz and Europcar
On average a hire car in Beirut costs $103 per day.
The average price of fuel in Beirut is $4.08 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between $49 and $65, depending on the car size.
Economy (Hyundai i10 or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Beirut.
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A Economy car hire in Beirut costs $31 per day, on average.
In Beirut, cars are most frequently hired at Sixt Corniche Almazraa, Main Road (2 km from city centre ).
On average hiring a car in Beirut costs $718 per week ($103 per day).
On average a car hire in Beirut costs $3,077 per month ($103 per day).
Beirut features mainly large, four-lane highways that suit a wide range of vehicle sizes. As the city is quite hilly, renting an intermediate or standard car would be ideal for all types of roads and driving conditions. If you want to take a trip out to the coast or mountains you should opt for a spacious, comfortable SUV.
The speed limits in Beirut are 31 mph in urban areas and the city center, while the limit is 62 mph on major highways and rural roads. When you are driving along Beirut’s roads, you must look out for mobile speed traps manned by the police -- it’s best to stick to the speed limit to play it safe.
When it comes to filling up your hire car in Beirut, expect to pay more. Petrolis over 30% more expensive to buy in Lebanon, than in the USA. In Lebanon, the average petrol price is 1285 ل.ل. per liter compared to the higher price of 1740 ل.ل. in Beirut. With the flexibility and comfort that a hire car can provide, however, it is certainly worth it.
Generally, Lebanese drivers tend to park anywhere, with double parking being very common. However, it’s best to park in managed parking lots with attendants. Within Beirut you will find multi-story and off-street parking lots as well valet parking at most hotels and restaurants. On-street parking usually has a maximum duration of 2 hours. A great place to park is on the Martyrs' square, under Beirut Souks. Hamra Street and the surrounding area also has many parking options.